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Offline TMJ Show Cattle

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Meyer Son
« on: February 27, 2010, 02:25:21 AM »
Has anyone had any experience with Conclusion 437? A friend took a trip out west and stopped at Gib Yardleys ranch.Gib has a reputation of having one of the best cowherds anywhere,so I had him ask about his son of Meyer 734 and mr. yardley told him he had used almost every Meyer son that had been promoted,and in his opinion he thought Conclusion 437 was the best  Meyer son that ever was created. Was wondering if anyone else has seen or used him? Pretty bold statement from a rancher that commands alot of respect....... Found a picture of him in Cattle Visions 2010 sire catalog.Being out of Meyer and the Forever Angus bloodlines,he might be one of those bulls that has not been highly promoted,but kinda slipped through the cracks.Just wondering.
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Re: Meyer Son
« Reply #1 on: February 27, 2010, 08:59:10 AM »
  Gib owns him, right?? I don't think that he has slipped through the cracks. He has been on PPL's radar, but there are just so many 734 sons. Maybe more 734 sons than Heat Wave's, possible? I posted him up for someone here last or this week. John have you seen or know some one that saw 3D when he  was alive? Those are the 2 734's that I am watching right now and like you trying to learn more about them. Brent

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Re: Meyer Son
« Reply #2 on: February 27, 2010, 10:58:25 AM »
This bull (conclusion) intrigues me.  Obviously the 734 angle  catches attention, but the cow side is very interesting.  The dam came from the old Sunny Valley Angus deal in IL (the apparently dabblled in the Simmi thing, and flushed her to Meyers), and maternal granddam from GDAR in MT.  It's an outstanding cow line.  I talked to both Gib and Dave Dilaboo (sp?), who Gib bought his peice from.  Its a long story but the bull has bred very few cows until recently, so there are few calves by him at this point.  He surely is interesting though.  We flushed a cow to him this winter.

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Re: Meyer Son
« Reply #3 on: March 01, 2010, 07:21:40 AM »
I worked for Gib for a while and its true he has used every 734 son out there.  If Gib said the bull is good he is good.  The only thing will be if he can consistantly produce good ones. I have seen a lot of 734s come and go on his ranch. Only time will tell how this one will pan out. I used a little bit of King meyer this year I thought the Who cow on the bottom side put a neat twist on things
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Re: Meyer Son
« Reply #4 on: March 01, 2010, 10:51:44 AM »
he was discussed on here awhile back might look it up. i like his looks and the cow he's out of
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